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Association of Ceramic Artists Logs

The beginning of the Association of Ceramic Artists Logs (The Window) dates back to 1977 when Eduards Deltavs, the founder of the Latvian Ceramics Archive, decided to establish a ceramics studio and 10 known Latvian ceramic artists started to work in the premises of the former Kuznecov Porcelain Factory. Every year graduates of the Latvian Academy of Arts were given a chance to work in the studio for two months and some of them became active members of the Association.

All artists of the Association participate actively in exhibitions both in Latvia and abroad. Many of them have received diplomas, awards and medals in international competitions; their works are featured in museums and private collections both in Latvia and abroad.

Since 1997 the Association has arranged several international ceramic symposiums with the participation of artists from Germany, Lithuania, Norway, Spain, Ukraine, USA, Yugoslavia a.o.:

Symposium of Ceramic Plastics, 1997
Symposium of Garden Plastics, 1998
Symposium On the Water, 1999
Symposium Small Shapes, 2001

Significant exhibitions:

20th jubilee exhibition at the Museum for Foreign Art, Riga, 1997
Applied Art Fair, Hamburg, 1997
Logs exhibition in Barcelona, 1999
25th jubilee exhibition at the Applied Art Museum, Riga, 2003
Logs exhibition in the gallery Asūna, 2003

Members of the Ceramics Association Logs: Gundega Ozola, Aija Liskupa, Ineta Greiža, Maira Karstā, Inta Lindemane, Inese Margēviāa, Kārlis Knopkens, Dace Pētersone, Orests Misjko, Anita Mīlbreta, Juta Rindina, Vita Valdemane, Āris Segliņš, Maruta Zeberiņa

For further information please contact:

Association of Ceramic Artists Logs
Maskavas ielā 255
Riga, LV-1019, Latvia
tel. +3717241153
Homepage: www.lmuza.lv/arts/logs